In this package you will find:
--- 54 Number Facts Cards (including 2 CHANCE CARDS)
--- 10 Bingo Boards
This is a fun way to practise the 8x table and become familiar with the multiples of 8. Division facts are included and learnt at the same time.
For some of my kids I go to the NUMBER FACT BINGO Double Up of 4x and 8x on the one board. When kids have the 4x and are finding the 8x a bit of a challenge, the Double Up game might be a handy stepping stone before introducing the division facts.
I use games in my Intervention Sessions all the time. My students need more practice than most, so the games provide the fun, repetition and motivation they need to learn. I begin and/or end the session with a game because the bulk of the session is usually quite intense, focussing on whatever skills they need to develop.
You can include the game in a Maths Centre and you will find most students will want to play it between RTI sessions, which is ideal. You can mix the ability groups because the Bingo Boards have the multiples ladder on the side for those kids who need more support.
I have developed 10 Bingo Boards because it doesn't take much longer than doing the 6 that I need, and it provides you with the ability to cater for up to 30 students, with 3 in each group. Each student can have 3 counters to cover their board and they all feel involved this way. It's the perfect way to mix ability groups as group members support each other in an effort to win.
I have added the Chance Cards for the fun element. You can take them out if you like, but kids love them and it makes them think backwards from the answer to the number fact.
I laminate all my games and they last and last. You get great value out of putting in the time at the beginning of setting up your resources as you will use them over and over and there is no prep again. They will pay for themselves and you won't be copying worksheets.
All the Number Facts Bingo Games have a different motif linking the boards and cards, so if you buy them in a bundle you won't get them mixed up either. They are all in black and white to save on your start-up costs. An even better idea is for the school to purchase the bundle and make them available to staff on multiple licence.
Go for it - play games, have fun and learn at the same time.